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  11. 11. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Rodchenko, Alexander 1891-1956 European | Russian painter male <br />Title Oval Hanging Construction Number 12 <br />Date ca. 1920 <br />Current Location New York, NY, USA, Museum of Modern Art <br />Work Type sculpture <br />Medium Technique plywood open construction aluminum paint and wire <br />Dimensions 61 x 84 x 47 cm <br />Category Sculpture <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights © Davis Art Images <br />Insight Image ID 19440 <br />SC Accession 450654D <br />Vendor No. MOMA-S1061 <br />SC Order ord020881 <br />SC Work No. wrk118131 <br />Image Source src020941 <br />Image ID 2904245 <br />Resolution Size 4 <br />Format JPEG <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name MOMA-S1061.jpg <br />Width 1536 <br />Height 1279 <br />
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  27. 27. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male <br />TitleKondensationswurfel (Condensation Cube) <br />Date 1963-1965 <br />Work Type Installation <br />Medium Technique acrylic plastic, water, climate in area of display (called &quot;event container&quot; by the artist) <br />Dimensions 30 x 30 x 30 cm <br />Category New Media <br />Notes water evaporates and condenses on the inside walls of the cube in correspondence to environmental conditions <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 19028 <br />SC Accession 458170D <br />SC Order ord021630 <br />SC Work No. wrk121065 <br />Image Source src021757 <br />Image ID 2903654 <br />Resolution Size 4 <br />Format JPEG <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 458170D.jpg <br />Width 1536 <br />Height 1199 <br />
  28. 28. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 Americas | North American | American ! European | German artist male <br />Title Grass Grows <br />Date 1969 <br />Original Location Ithaca, NY, USA, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art (exhibited) <br />Work Type Installation ! Sculpture <br />Medium Technique earth, winter and annual rye grass <br />Dimensions dimensions variable <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects earthwork (sculpture) <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 20786 <br />SC Accession 459491D <br />SC Order ord021755 <br />SC Work No. wrk121890 <br />Image Source src020513 <br />Image ID 2905637 <br />Resolution Size 4 <br />Format JPEG <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 459491D.jpg <br />Width 1536 <br />Height 1036 <br />
  29. 29. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male <br />Title MOMA-Poll <br />Date 1970 <br />Original Location New York, NY, USA, Museum of Modern Art (exhibited) <br />Work Type Installation <br />Medium Technique installation for audience participation: two transparent acrylic ballot boxes, equiped with a photoelectrically triggered counting device able to record any piece of paper dropped through a slot in the top of the box. One box marked &quot;yes,&quot; the other &quot;no&quot; <br />Dimensions 40 x 20 x 10 in, each ballot box <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects Political Art <br />Notes Color-coded ballots were given out to visitors at the museum entrance; the color of the ballots differed according to his/her status as a full-paying visitor; text posted above the boxes: Question: Would the fact that Governor Rockfeller has not denounced President Nixon&apos;s Indochina policy be a reason for you not to vote for him in November? <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 15880 <br />SC Accession 444331D <br />SC Order ord020220 <br />SC Work No. wrk118670 <br />Image Source src020079 <br />Image ID 2900429 <br />Resolution Size 4 <br />Format JPEG <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444331D.jpg <br />Width 1152 <br />Height 1536 <br />
  30. 30. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male <br />Title Shapolsky et al. Manhattan Real Estate Holdings, a Real-Time Social System, as of May 1, 1971 <br />Description Detail <br />Date 1971 <br />Current Location Paris, FRA, Musée National d&apos;Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou <br />Work Type Installation <br />Medium Technique two maps (photo-enlargements), one of the Lower East Side and one of Harlem, 142 photographs of building facades and empty lots; 142 typewritten data sheets, attached to the photos and giving the property&apos;s address, block and lot number, lot size building code, the corporation or individual holding title, address and owner, mortgage, and assessed tax value <br />Dimensions 61 x 50.8 cm, each map <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects political art ! Tenement Houses <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 15881 <br />SC Accession 444332D <br />SC Order ord020220 <br />SC Work No. wrk118672 <br />Image Source src020079 <br />Image ID 2900430 <br />Resolution Size 4 <br />Format JPEG <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444332D.jpg <br />Width 1526 <br />Height 1536 <br />
  31. 31. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male <br />Title Shapolsky et al. Manhattan Real Estate Holdings, a Real-Time Social System, as of May 1, 1971 <br />Description Detail <br />Date 1971 <br />Current Location Paris, FRA, Musée National d&apos;Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou <br />Work Type Installation <br />Medium Technique two maps (photo-enlargements), one of the Lower East Side and one of Harlem, 142 photographs of building facades and empty lots; 142 typewritten data sheets, attached to the photos and giving the property&apos;s address, block and lot number, lot size building code, the corporation or individual holding title, address and owner, mortgage, and assessed tax value <br />Dimensions 61 x 50.8 cm, each map <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects political art ! Tenement Houses <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 15882 <br />SC Accession 444333D <br />SC Order ord020220 <br />SC Work No. wrk118672 <br />Image Source src020079 <br />Image ID 2900431 <br />Resolution Size 4 <br />Format JPEG <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444333D.jpg <br />Width 1536 <br />Height 1519 <br />
  32. 32. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male <br />Title A Breed Apart <br />Description detail, Jaguar <br />Date 1978 <br />Original Location Oxford, Oxon, GBR, Modern Art Oxford (exhibited) <br />Work Type Installation ! Photograph <br />Medium Technique photographs on masonite (three with Jaguar images in color); seven panels; framed under glass <br />Dimensions 91 x 91 cm, each panel <br />Category Photography <br />Subjects Political Art <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 15883 <br />SC Accession 444334D <br />SC Order ord020220 <br />SC Work No. wrk118673 <br />Image Source src020079 <br />Image ID 2900432 <br />Resolution Size 4 <br />Format JPEG <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444334D.jpg <br />Width 1536 <br />Height 1520 <br />
  33. 33. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male <br />Title A Breed Apart <br />Description detail. Jaguar <br />Date 1978 <br />Original Location Oxford, Oxon, GBR, Modern Art Oxford (exhibited) <br />Work Type Installation ! Photograph <br />Medium Technique photographs on masonite (three with Jaguar images in color); seven panels; framed under glass <br />Dimensions 91 x 91 cm, each panel <br />Category Photography <br />Subjects Political Art <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 15884 <br />SC Accession 444335D <br />SC Order ord020220 <br />SC Work No. wrk118673 <br />Image Source src020079 <br />Image ID 2900433 <br />Resolution Size 4 <br />Format JPEG <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444335D.jpg <br />Width 1529 <br />Height 1536 <br />
  34. 34. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male <br />Title Global Marketing <br />Description announcement in the Financial Mail Johannesburg (South African business journal) <br />Date 1986 <br />Original Location New York, NY, USA, New Museum of Contemporary Art (exhibited) <br />Work Type sculpture <br />Medium Technique wood, steel, serigraph <br />Dimensions 203 x 203 x 203 cm <br />Category Sculpture <br />Subjects Advertisements ! Colonialism ! political art ! South Africa <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 15878 <br />SC Accession 444268D <br />SC Order ord020210 <br />SC Work No. wrk115236 <br />Image Source src020081 <br />Image ID 2900554 <br />Resolution Size 4 <br />Format JPEG <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444268D.jpg <br />Width 1051 <br />Height 1536 <br />
  35. 35. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male <br />Title Global Marketing <br />Description facsimile of advertisement in the Financial Mail (South African business journal), Johannesburg, June 28, 1985 <br />Date 1986 <br />Original Location New York, NY, USA, New Museum of Contemporary Art (exhibited) <br />Work Type sculpture <br />Medium Technique wood, steel, serigraph <br />Dimensions 203 x 203 x 203 cm <br />Category Sculpture <br />Subjects Advertisements ! Colonialism ! political art ! South Africa <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 15874 <br />SC Accession 444264D <br />SC Order ord020210 <br />SC Work No. wrk115236 <br />Image Source src020081 <br />Image ID 2900550 <br />Resolution Size 4 <br />Format JPEG <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444264D.jpg <br />Width 1536 <br />Height 1525 <br />
  36. 36. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male <br />Title Global Marketing <br />Description facsimile of advertisement in the Financial Mail (South African business journal), Johannesburg, June 28, 1985 <br />Date 1986 <br />Original Location New York, NY, USA, New Museum of Contemporary Art (exhibited) <br />Work Type sculpture <br />Medium Technique wood, steel, serigraph <br />Dimensions 203 x 203 x 203 cm <br />Category Sculpture <br />Subjects Advertisements ! Colonialism ! political art ! South Africa <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 15875 <br />SC Accession 444265D <br />SC Order ord020210 <br />SC Work No. wrk115236 <br />Image Source src020081 <br />Image ID 2900551 <br />Resolution Size 4 <br />Format JPEG <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444265D.jpg <br />Width 1536 <br />Height 1528 <br />
  37. 37. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male <br />Title Global Marketing <br />Description facsimile of advertisement in the Financial Mail (South African business journal), Johannesburg, June 28, 1985 <br />Date 1986 <br />Original Location New York, NY, USA, New Museum of Contemporary Art (exhibited) <br />Work Type sculpture <br />Medium Technique wood, steel, serigraph <br />Dimensions 203 x 203 x 203 cm <br />Category Sculpture <br />Subjects Advertisements ! Colonialism ! political art ! South Africa <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 15876 <br />SC Accession 444266D <br />SC Order ord020210 <br />SC Work No. wrk115236 <br />Image Source src020081 <br />Image ID 2900552 <br />Resolution Size 4 <br />Format JPEG <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444266D.jpg <br />Width 1533 <br />Height 1536 <br />
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  47. 47. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male <br />Title Pense-Bête <br />Date 1963 <br />Current Location Anne-Marie and Stéphan Rona collection <br />Work Type Assemblage (Sculpture) <br />Medium Technique books, paper, plaster, plastic, spheres, wood <br />Dimensions 98 x 84 x 43 cm <br />Category Sculpture <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 10839 <br />SC Accession 444953D <br />SC Order ord020307 <br />SC Work No. wrk110095 <br />Image Source src010829 <br />Image ID 1650049 <br />Resolution Size 7 <br />Format SID <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444953D.sid <br />Width 6675 <br />Height 4993 <br />
  48. 48. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male <br />Title L&apos;Erreur <br />Date 1966 <br />Current Location Ghent, EFlandrs, BEL, Museum van HedendaagseKunst<br />Work Type Painting <br />Medium Technique canvas, eggshells, paint <br />Dimensions 100 x 70 x 8 cm <br />Category Paintings <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 10857 <br />SC Accession 444971D <br />SC Order ord020307 <br />SC Work No. wrk110110 <br />Image Source src010829 <br />Image ID 1650067 <br />Resolution Size 6 <br />Format SID <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444971D.sid <br />Width 2260 <br />Height 3190 <br />
  49. 49. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male <br />Title Musée d&apos;Art Moderne, Départment des Aigles, Section XIXème Siècle <br />Description invitation to exhibition <br />Date Sep 27, 1968-Sep 27, 1969 <br />Current Location Brussels, BEL <br />Work Type Installation <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects Art Museums ! Installations (exhibitions) <br />Notes installed at artist&apos;s home, rue de la Pépinière, Brussels <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 10869 <br />SC Accession 444983D <br />SC Order ord020307 <br />SC Work No. wrk110119 <br />Image Source src010829 <br />Image ID 1650079 <br />Resolution Size 6 <br />Format SID <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444983D.sid <br />Width 3156 <br />Height 2104 <br />
  50. 50. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male <br />Title Musée d&apos;Art Moderne, Départment des Aigles, Section XIXème Siècle <br />Description view of opening <br />Date Sep 27, 1968-Sep 27, 1969 <br />Current Location Brussels, BEL <br />Work Type Installation <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects Art Museums ! Installations (exhibitions) <br />Notes installed at artist&apos;s home, rue de la Pépinière, Brussels <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 10868 <br />SC Accession 444982D <br />SC Order ord020307 <br />SC Work No. wrk110119 <br />Image Source src010829 <br />Image ID 1650078 <br />Resolution Size 6 <br />Format SID <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444982D.sid <br />Width 3312 <br />Height 2248 <br />
  51. 51. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male <br />Title Musée d&apos;Art Moderne, Départment des Aigles, Section XIXème Siècle <br />Description interior of museum <br />Date Sep 27, 1968-Sep 27, 1969 <br />Current Location Brussels, BEL <br />Work Type Installation <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects Art Museums ! Installations (exhibitions) <br />Notes installed at artist&apos;s home, rue de la Pépinière, Brussels <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 10870 <br />SC Accession 444984D <br />SC Order ord020307 <br />SC Work No. wrk110119 <br />Image Source src010829 <br />Image ID 1650080 <br />Resolution Size 6 <br />Format SID <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444984D.sid <br />Width 3202 <br />Height 2175 <br />
  52. 52. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male <br />Title Musée d&apos;Art Moderne. Department des Aigles. Section des Figures <br />Description view of installation <br />Date May 16-Jul 9, 1972 <br />Creation SiteDüsseldorf,DEU,Kunsthalle (exhibited) <br />Work Type Installation <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects Art Museums ! Installations (exhibitions) <br />Notes The installation comprised over 300 objects representing eagles, borrowed from numerous museums and private collections in Europe and abroad. The exhibition surveyed the period &quot;from the Oligocene to the present,&quot; and each object was provided with a label which stated, &quot;This is not a work of art!&quot; Two slide projectors provided additional images taken largely from advertising and comics. Broodthaers published a two-volume catalogue to accompany the exhibition. <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 10844 <br />SC Accession 444958D <br />SC Order ord020307 <br />SC Work No. wrk110098 <br />Image Source src010829 <br />Image ID 1650054 <br />Resolution Size 6 <br />Format SID <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444958D.sid <br />Width 3670 <br />Height 2131 <br />
  53. 53. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male <br />Title Musée d&apos;Art Moderne. Department des Aigles. Section des Figures <br />Description installation view <br />Date May 16-Jul 9, 1972 <br />Creation SiteDüsseldorf,DEU,Kunsthalle (exhibited) <br />Work Type Installation <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects Art Museums ! Installations (exhibitions) <br />Notes The installation comprised over 300 objects representing eagles, borrowed from numerous museums and private collections in Europe and abroad. The exhibition surveyed the period &quot;from the Oligocene to the present,&quot; and each object was provided with a label which stated, &quot;This is not a work of art!&quot; Two slide projectors provided additional images taken largely from advertising and comics. Broodthaers published a two-volume catalogue to accompany the exhibition. <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 10884 <br />SC Accession 444998D <br />SC Order ord020307 <br />SC Work No. wrk110098 <br />Image Source src010829 <br />Image ID 1650094 <br />Resolution Size 6 <br />Format SID <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444998D.sid <br />Width 3600 <br />Height 2732 <br />
  54. 54. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male <br />Title Musée d&apos;Art Moderne. Department des Aigles. Section des Figures <br />Description detail of the installation <br />Date May 16-Jul 9, 1972 <br />Creation SiteDüsseldorf,DEU,Kunsthalle (exhibited) <br />Work Type Installation <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects Art Museums ! Installations (exhibitions) <br />Notes The installation comprised over 300 objects representing eagles, borrowed from numerous museums and private collections in Europe and abroad. The exhibition surveyed the period &quot;from the Oligocene to the present,&quot; and each object was provided with a label which stated, &quot;This is not a work of art!&quot; Two slide projectors provided additional images taken largely from advertising and comics. Broodthaers published a two-volume catalogue to accompany the exhibition. <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 10843 <br />SC Accession 444957D <br />SC Order ord020307 <br />SC Work No. wrk110098 <br />Image Source src010829 <br />Image ID 1650053 <br />Resolution Size 6 <br />Format SID <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 444957D.sid <br />Width 3287 <br />Height 2410 <br />
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  56. 56. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Wilson, Fred b. 1954 North American | American installation artist male <br />Title Primitivism: High and Low » Friendly Natives <br />Date 1991 <br />Original Location New York, NY, USA, Metro Pictures Gallery (exhibited) <br />Work Type Installation <br />Medium Technique four plastic skeletons in vitrines<br />Dimensions 47 x 72 x 27.5 in <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects Ethnography ! Indigenous Peoples ! Skeleton <br />Notes Wilson&apos;s response to MOMA&apos;s exhibition High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture and &quot;Primitivism&quot; in Twentieth-Century Art: Affinity of the Tribal and Modern; Wilson created a mock museum exhibition consisting of two sections: an ethnographic gallery, containing the works Friendly Natives and Seat of Power; the second section contained Picasso: Whose Rules? and Guarded View <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 13490 <br />SC Accession 447815D <br />SC Order ord020550 <br />SC Work No. wrk117140 <br />Image Source src020566 <br />Image ID 1910007 <br />Resolution Size 6 <br />Format SID <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 01915007.sid <br />Width 5088 <br />Height 3448 <br />
  57. 57. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Wilson, Fred b. 1954 North American | American installation artist male <br />Title Primitivism: High and Low » Friendly Natives <br />Description detail of installation <br />Date 1991 <br />Original Location New York, NY, USA, Metro Pictures Gallery (exhibited) <br />Work Type Installation <br />Medium Technique four plastic skeletons in vitrines<br />Dimensions 47 x 72 x 27.5 in <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects Ethnography ! Indigenous Peoples ! Skeleton <br />Notes Wilson&apos;s response to MOMA&apos;s exhibition High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture and &quot;Primitivism&quot; in Twentieth-Century Art: Affinity of the Tribal and Modern; Wilson created a mock museum exhibition consisting of two sections: an ethnographic gallery, containing the works Friendly Natives and Seat of Power; the second section contained Picasso: Whose Rules? and Guarded View <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 13491 <br />SC Accession 447816D <br />SC Order ord020550 <br />SC Work No. wrk117140 <br />Image Source src020566 <br />Image ID 1910008 <br />Resolution Size 6 <br />Format SID <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 01915008.sid <br />Width 2492 <br />Height 3566 <br />
  58. 58. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Wilson, Fred b. 1954 North American | American conceptual artist male <br />Title Mining the Museum <br />Description 1913 &quot;Truth&quot; globe by Mr. Thoman and 1960s acrylic mounts <br />Date April 4, 1992-Feb. 28,1993 <br />Original Location Baltimore, MD, USA, Contemporary Museum (exhibited) <br />Work Type Installation <br />Medium Technique Mixed media <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects Exhibitions ! Installations (exhibitions) ! Maryland ! Museums ! Racism ! Slavery <br />Notes Wilson &quot;curated&quot; this installation with objects from the Maryland Historical Society. Co-curated by Lisa G. Corrin. <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 13495 <br />SC Accession 448173D <br />SC Order ord020596 <br />SC Work No. wrk109632 <br />Image Source src010747 <br />Image ID 1910012 <br />Resolution Size 6 <br />Format SID <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 01915012.sid <br />Width 2417 <br />Height 3125 <br />
  59. 59. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Wilson, Fred b. 1954 North American | American conceptual artist male <br />Title Mining the Museum <br />Description Busts of Henry Clay, Napoleon Bonaparte and Andrew Jackson. Empty pedestals labeled Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, Benjamin Banneker. <br />Date April 4, 1992-Feb. 28,1993 <br />Original Location Baltimore, MD, USA, Contemporary Museum (exhibited) <br />Work Type Installation <br />Medium Technique Mixed media <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects Exhibitions ! Installations (exhibitions) ! Maryland ! Museums ! Racism ! Slavery <br />Notes Wilson &quot;curated&quot; this installation with objects from the Maryland Historical Society. Co-curated by Lisa G. Corrin. <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 13496 <br />SC Accession 448174D <br />SC Order ord020596 <br />SC Work No. wrk109632 <br />Image Source src010747 <br />Image ID 1910013 <br />Resolution Size 6 <br />Format SID <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 01915013.sid <br />Width 4622 <br />Height 2740 <br />
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  66. 66. -------------<br />Image1<br />-------------<br />Field Data<br />Collection Smith College Imaging Center <br />Creator Wilson, Fred b. 1954 North American | American conceptual artist male <br />Title Mining the Museum <br />Description Baby carriage (1908) and Ku Klux Klan hood <br />Date April 4, 1992-Feb. 28,1993 <br />Original Location Baltimore, MD, USA, Contemporary Museum (exhibited) <br />Work Type Installation <br />Medium Technique Mixed media <br />Category New Media <br />Subjects Exhibitions ! Installations (exhibitions) ! Maryland ! Museums ! Racism ! Slavery <br />Notes Wilson &quot;curated&quot; this installation with objects from the Maryland Historical Society. Co-curated by Lisa G. Corrin. <br />Collection Smith College Image Collections <br />Rights Do not duplicate <br />Insight Image ID 13500 <br />SC Accession 448178D <br />SC Order ord020596 <br />SC Work No. wrk109632 <br />Image Source src010747 <br />Image ID 1910017 <br />Resolution Size 6 <br />Format SID <br />Media Type Image <br />File Name 01915017.sid <br />Width 3496 <br />Height 2763 <br />

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